Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Cat Fight!


Hey, guess what?

Ann Coulter has a new book out. The title is "Godless: The Church Of Liberalism." In it, she speaks out against four 9/11 Widows that she calls "The Witches of East Brunswick."

These women are making a career of selling the memories of their husbands who died in the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks to the Left Leaning Media, and using their husbands' memories to push a Democrat political agenda. They have spoken out in support of an independent commission to examine government failures before the attack (a good idea), and in the 2004 presidential campaign they endorsed Democrat John Kerry (a BAD idea).

The fact that Coulter has chosen to exercise her Constitutional Right to Free Speech and speak out against these Saintly Victims of Republican Policies that created Global Terrorism has angered, of all people, Hillary Clinton.

"Perhaps her book should have been called 'Heartless,"' the senator said. "I know a lot of the widows and family members who lost loved ones on 9/11. They never wanted to be a member of a group that is defined by the tragedy of what happened."

The New York Democrat and former first lady said she found it "unimaginable that anyone in the public eye could launch a vicious, mean-spirited attack on people whom I've known over the last four and a half years to be concerned deeply about the safety and security of our country." (

Oh, really? I have known over the last four and a half years that President Bush is deeply concerned about the safety and security of our country, and that has not slowed Mrs. Clinton and her ilk from launching daily, vicious, mean-spirited attacks on him.

Well, Hillary does not scare Ann Coulter, who responded immediately.

"I think if she's worried about people being mean to women she should have a talk with her husband."

"Before criticizing others for being "mean" to women, perhaps Hillary Clinton should talk to her husband who was accused of rape by Juanita Broaddrick and was groping Kathleen Willey at the very moment Willey's husband was committing suicide." Said Coulter. (The Drudge Report.)

Apparently, Hillary believes that she will be running against Ann Coulter in the 2008 Presidential Election. (And in my opinion, Coulter has about as much chance of being elected President in 2008 as Hillary does.)

Why is it that when Democrats accuse Republicans of wanting to starve children, wanting to force people to drink polluted water and breathe dirty air, wanting to force the elderly to choose between eating dog food and buying their prescription medications, wanting to steal from the poor and give to the rich, and wanting to kill brown people all over the world for oil, that is portayed as "Civil Political Discourse", but if Republicans say outrageous things against Democrats, that is "Mean-Spirited and Cruel"?

The truth is that this whole exchange was juvenile and immature. This is Jerry Springer Politics.
We should expect more from figureheads of our respective parties.

I like Ann Coulter, most of the time, but she should have known (and probably did know) that she would be crucified by the Media and the entire Democrat Party over her statements about these 9/11 Widows.

But she is entitled to her opinion.

For the time being.

Hillary, however, should know better than to engage in Playground Politics. She is planning a run for the Presidency, by all accounts.

How about a little Statesmanship?

(Note: I did not post a photo of Ann Coulter, because I do not have to.)

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